The guide aims to support digital humanities scholarship and practice by connecting people to the methods, tools, projects and other people transforming humanities scholarship in the digital realm.
The Digital Humanities (DH) Hub – Te Pokapū Matihiko o Te Kete Aronui, is a shared Humanities Division resource, open to staff and students.
It is located in room 1W3 which is on the first floor of the Arts Building on the Dunedin campus at the University of Otago.
The DH Hub is home to a:
- Creative Media suite – Taiwhanga Pāpāho Auaha
- Linguistics Lab – Taiwhanga Mātai Wetereo, and
- Media Archaeology display – Mātai Para Matihiko.
The Digital Humanities Expo is an annual event showcasing Otago digital humanities scholarship alongside national and international speakers, in order to provoke discussion and to build a thriving community of digital research and teaching practice in the arts and humanities at Otago.